After a long working experience by Paul Mampilly in the investment management industry, he decided that he would share his experience and skills with the ordinary Americans who need the information for the multiplication of their wealth through the right decision making. Due to this reason, he left the Wall Street and became a senior editor at the Banyan Hill Publishing, an organization that dispenses insights and advice to its clients who comprise the everyday investor in the US. At the Banyan Hill, Mampilly manages to perform analysis on the market trends regarding investments and disburse the advice to the clients, who use it to improve their skills in making sound investment decisions. The information that he dispenses to his clients is compiled in newsletters and other publications that cost the clients the least amount of money that they can afford.
Besides the publications, Paul Mampilly puts his views concerning investments and the anticipated market moves on social media platforms. This helps the general public to have a clear idea of what is expected of them when making decisions on their investment strategies. One of the platforms that Mampilly uses is Twitter. This is where he posts various views and opinions which are very useful to the individuals who require to study the investment market. For instance, recently, Paul Mampilly tweeted about the emergence of artificial intelligence in the investment market. In his tweet, Mampilly predicted that the market would be filled with more than two million robots that will be performing the operations of the investment management offices by the end of 2020.
Paul Mampilly applauded the adoption of robots in conducting market and industry operations and said that any organization that wishes to withstand the stiff competition that is anticipated in the future must adopt this technology very quickly. It is only by doing so that they will manage to increase their revenues and profits, and hence having a cutting edge in the industry. Paul Mampilly encourages investors to embrace the art of learning so that they can keep polishing their investment skills. He argues that the only way to enhance one’s skills in any discipline is through continuous learning.